Shadow of the Colossus Walkthrough
16 Colossi are all that stand between you and your dreams. Are you strong enough to defeat them all? GameSpot’s guide to Shadow of the Colossus will help you complete your journey.
Shadow of the Colossus – Story 100% – Full Game Walkthrough / Longplay (PS2) 1080p 60fps
Detonado / Walkthrough / Playthrough / Gameplay / Longplay (PS2) Full HD, 1080p 60fps
– All story; all colossus; all bosses fights; all cutscenes; ending; credits;
– This rom has light/shadow issues and fps drops.
00:18:56 COLOSSUS #1: Valus
00:28:35 COLOSSUS #2: Quadratus
00:37:55 COLOSSUS #3: Gaius
00:49:07 COLOSSUS #4: Phaedra
01:00:34 COLOSSUS #5: Avion
01:20:01 COLOSSUS #6: Barba
01:35:14 COLOSSUS #7: Hydrus
01:45:46 COLOSSUS #8: Kuromori
01:55:33 COLOSSUS #9: Basaran
02:06:39 COLOSSUS #10: Dirge
02:16:29 COLOSSUS #11: Celosia
02:27:57 COLOSSUS #12: Pelagia
02:46:11 COLOSSUS #13: Phalanx
03:08:27 COLOSSUS #14: Cenobia
03:23:45 COLOSSUS #15: Argus
03:48:04 COLOSSUS #16: Malus
Developed by Japan Studio & Team Ico
Published by Sony Computer Entertainment
Played: PS2 Version.
Avaible for: Playstation 2, Playstation 3 (HD Version), Playstation 4 (Remaster Version)
Shadow of the Colossus (PS4) – FULL GAME (60FPS) – No Commentary
Welcome to my full game walkthrough of Shadow of the Colossus.
Recorded with the Elgato HD60Pro and rendered in Sony Vegas.
PS2 Longplay  Shadow of the Colossus
Played By: Tsunao
“Thy next foe is…”
An epic game developed by Team Ico.
Follow the adventures of Wander and his horsey, Agro, as they go on a Boss Rush to save a sleeping girl! Epic battles and music are involved.
This pretty game is simple: navigate from Point A to Point B, solve a “puzzle”, defeat the boss, repeat. Along the way, you can collect fruits to increase Health and lizard tails to increase Stamina. There are a lot of buttons to press, but it isn’t all that bad. PS2 version is kinda meh since the PS2 can’t handle the game’s awesomeness (read: framerate goes down the toilet). If played on an emulator (or the PS3 version I think), the game runs at full 60FPS…or something.
For this playthrough, I go through the game on Normal difficulty from a clean file. I sorta take my time in going to the next destination to stop for fruits and lizard tails. I also get lost along the way. I know I can improve on navigating and on some fights. It’s been awhile since I played this, so go easy on me. -_- There may be some inconsistency (locations…movements…whatever.) I’m trying to look good, yo! Sometimes, camera doesn’t like me. I ran into a glitch where Agro and Wander got stuck. When I quit the game, the game pretty much got stuck on the loading screen. Thank goodness I saved. Before going to Colossus 16, I do the Secret Garden climb by abusing a glitch only available in the PS2!NTSC-U(?) version: diagonal jumping = no stamina lost. Normally, it would require multiple playthroughs to even get to the top.
Also available for the PS3 as part of a collection with Ico and in HD (outside of Japan. Japan has Ico and Shadow of the Colossus separately.) Supposedly, Ico is pretty epic, but I wouldn’t know since I never played it (madness. I know.)
Related: Colossus 5 = BEST. BOSS. EVER!
Unrelated: I like Wander’s hairband. o_o –
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SHADOW OF THE COLOSSUS PS4 REMAKE Walkthrough Gameplay Part 1 – Valus
Shadow of the Colossus PS4 Pro Remake Gameplay Walkthrough Part 1 includes a Review, Intro and Story Boss 1: Valus and Boss 2: Quadratus on PS4 Pro. This Shadow of the Colossus Gameplay Walkthrough will include a Review, All Colossus Bosses, OST, Soundtrack, Cut Scenes, Cinematics, Wander, Mono, Shrines and the Full Story Single Player Campaign until the Ending! Thanks Sony for Shadow of the Colossus!
Shadow of the Colossus is an action-adventure video game developed by Bluepoint Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4. It is a remake of the original PlayStation 2 game using ultra-high definition art assets. The remake is led by Bluepoint, who developed the earlier PlayStation 3 remaster, with assistance from SIE Japan Studio. The developers remade all the game’s assets from the ground up, but the game retains the same gameplay from the original title aside from the introduction of a new control scheme.
The game’s storyline focuses on a young man named Wander who enters a forbidden land. Wander must travel across a vast expanse on horseback and defeat sixteen massive beings, known simply as colossi, in order to restore the life of a girl named Mono. The game is unusual within the action-adventure genre in that there are no towns or dungeons to explore, no characters with whom to interact, and no enemies to defeat other than the colossi. Shadow of the Colossus has been described as a puzzle game, as each colossus’ weakness must be identified and exploited before it can be defeated.